A badger living near a farm in Germany picked an interesting spot to build its den: directly on top of a 12th century burial site that included two lords and a warrior. The people living on the farm began to suspect something after the badger tossed out a pelvic bone. A human pelvic bone.
The two men living on the farm, Lars Wilhelm and Hendrikje Ring, are sculptors who also happen to be amateur archaeologists. They were about to exhibit some of their work near the den when they noticed the human remains.